## Breadcrumb

Professor of Probability

# Biographical Sketch

2003-Present - Professor of Probability, University of Oxford

1999-2005 - EPSRC Advanced Fellow, University of Oxford

1997-2012 - University Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, University of Oxford, in association with a Tutorial Fellowship at Magdalen College

1996-1997 - Reader in Probability and Statistics, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London

1992 - Neyman Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics, University of California at Berkeley

1990-1996 - Lecturer in Pure Mathematics, University of Edinburgh

# Research Interests

I began graduate work as a student in functional analysis and rapidly became interested in the interface between probability and analysis. Much of my work focuses on infinite dimensional stochastic processes and their applications. Most recently my central interest has been a collection of mathematical problems arising in population genetics.

# Publications

**How often does the ratchet click?**”, in Blath, J., Mörters, P., Scheutzow, M., and Weizsäcker, H. (eds.)

*Trends in Stochastic Analysis*. Cambridge Univ Press, p. 365.

**Survival, extinction and ergodicity in a spatially continuous population model**”,

*Markov Processes and Related Fields*, 15(1), pp. 265 – 265.

*Louis Bachelier’s theory of speculation: the origins of modern finance*. Princeton University Press.

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Contact Details

College Affiliation: Fellow by Special Election at Magdalen College

Telephone: +44(0)1865 281244

Office number: 3.07